HC Deb 05 August 1918 vol 109 c913
50. Mr. BRADY

asked the Prime Minister whether, having regard to the hardships which might be inflicted on town leaseholders, both shopkeepers and householders, whose leases have expired, or will expire, during the war years, and the landlords are insisting on extensive repairs as a condition precedent to granting new leases, he will include Ireland in any proposed legislation having for its object the extension of the term of years in the lease or the pontponement of repairs until a reasonable time after the conclusion of peace?


Should it be found possible to bring in a Bill dealing with the hardship referred to the case of Ireland will not be overlooked.